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09-08-2006 03:12 PM  14 years ago
rstacy

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I didn't mean to saying your idea wouldn't work, or is wrong I like the idea even if you ream the ball links I think it's a good idea to polish the ball the smoother the better I was just giving another choice.
I know it. I didnt take it that way.
I use philips screw drivers they make perfect reamers for ball links
Tell me more about that idea. It sounds interesting.
How do you use the Phillips screw driver to ream the link?
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09-08-2006 03:25 PM  14 years ago
lakespinner2

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I'm eager to learn this new phillips screwdriver reamer trick as well.
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09-08-2006 06:18 PM  14 years ago
Hover-L-H

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Phillips Screw Driver
How to: first I place the phillips screw driver point in the hole of the ball link. Note: VERY IMPORTANT!!! that the ball link has two sides the point of the screw driver goes into the side of the ball link that you will attach the ball side first.. Next try and find a screw driver that the four raised points just hit the round ball link. I then turn the screw driver one to three turns till I feel a little give. Stop...Then try it on the ball (add machine oil to the ball before attaching the ball link), and if it feels free enough stop and if it still feels tight repeat the process. It does take some care and practice so for the first time I would take my time and do it slowly (one turn). Once you've tried this a couple of times you will find it to be easy and get the feel of how much push it takes while turning the screw driver to get a light ream on the ball link. Please be careful to much push and the ball link will ream to much, and it will just go over the ball, and if you do the wrong side of the ball link again it will just go over the ball... It takes practice but once you get it the ball links work perfect. I hope I explaned this OK please ask questions if you got them. It takes practice, practice, practice but once you get it you will never fly another helicopter without reaming the ball links. My last comment: You are doing this at your own risk please don't get upset with me if you over ream your ball links. Good luck and I hope this helps.
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09-08-2006 10:49 PM  14 years ago
rscamp

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Or, you can use an ordinary ball link sizing tool.

Rob
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09-09-2006 12:26 AM  14 years ago
rstacy

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Or, you can use an ordinary ball link sizing tool.

Rob
Really? Who makes a 6 mm ball link sizing tool? Ill take 2!
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09-09-2006 12:32 AM  14 years ago
rscamp

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No, no, no. An ORDINARY ball link sizing tool. The one in your toolbox. It removes material just fine. You just have to hold it differently.

You guys have no imagination.

Rob
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09-09-2006 01:00 AM  14 years ago
rstacy

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No, no, no. An ORDINARY ball link sizing tool. The one in your toolbox. It removes material just fine. You just have to hold it differently.

You guys have no imagination.
I know Rob. The whole point of Lloyd's thread was how to free up the 6mm ball links on the Logo fly bar. I thought you might be aware of a 6 mm ball link reamer.
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09-09-2006 01:48 PM  14 years ago
rscamp

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Righto. The standard tool is more finicky to use on the large links, but it is much better than crushing with pliers etc.

Rob
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09-11-2006 03:38 PM  14 years ago
Hover-L-H

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Hi LLoyd
The big question is did you get your helicopter flying? How do you like the Logo 10? Are all the helicopters in your gallery yours? Take a look at my Logo 10 in my Gallery and you will also see a Eolo Pro I am building...Good luck with your Logo 10...Live to fly and fly to Live...
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09-11-2006 04:58 PM  14 years ago
lloyd

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hi chaps

put the logo in its first f/flight the weekend and WOW...just tacked the H/S and its 1900,21T,5s emolis with great power........
i tell you this was the best move/disition i made.this heli is rock solid for the price......
im no 3d master but im very happy with the orbit 20-10 and emolis.for someone looking at an affordable, with sport flying/light aerobatics in mind i will recommend this set up........

lloyd
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